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Voices

A collection of podcasts highlighting experiences and feelings from those who have a connection with the British Army.

Weekly hand curated podcast episodes for learning

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5: Voices of the Korean War

1hr 2mins

22 Apr 2021

Rank #1

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4: Voices of the Military Wives Choirs

Founding members of the Military Wives Choirs, including Caroline Jopp and Nicky Clarke, who speculatively wrote to Gareth Malone about their Catterick choir with no idea of the fame that would follow, have underlined the mental health benefits of singing in a podcast to mark the 10th anniversary of “Wherever You Are”, which shot to Number 1 in the UK charts in 2011.  Harry Bucknall is our podcast host.

44mins

12 Mar 2021

Rank #2

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3: Voices of the Gulf War

Featuring first-hand accounts from servicemen and women directly involved, from those in leadership roles to the soldiers providing combat and logistic support services at all levels on the battlefield, Voices of the Gulf War charts the story of a short war that cast a long shadow.  Podcast host: Harry Bucknall.

1hr

23 Feb 2021

Rank #3

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1: Voices of VJ Day

48mins

12 Aug 2020

Rank #4

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2: VE75: The Medals on Grandad’s Chest

The Antiques Roadshow’s arms and militaria expert, Mark Smith, talks us through the medals of the Second World War. Follow along and view pictures of the medals Mark discusses here: https://soldierscharity.org/their-story-is-on-their-chest-ve75-podcast-explains-ww2-medals/ Mark says: “The guys and girls that you see wearing medals over VE Day went through some rough times. The more you understand about the medals the more you can see how rough those times may have been. Their story is on their chest because their medals will tell you where they were.”

26mins

8 May 2020

Rank #5

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1: Voices of VE Day

A rich tapestry of VE Day memories from guests including Dame Patricia Routledge, war evacuee Sir Derek Jacobi, former Speaker of the House of Commons Baroness Boothroyd of Sandwell, 102 year old former Gunner Capt Jack Swaab MC, 98 year old former York and Lancaster Regiment officer Geoffrey Winter, 94 year old former ATS Driver Mechanic Barbara Weatherall, 78 year old historian Christopher Lee, 96 year old Bletchley Park veteran Betty Webb, 96 year old Chelsea Pensioner Bob Sullivan and 95 year old former Coldstream Guardsman Allan Jackson: more than 1000 years’ experience distilled into one fascinating podcast.

23mins

6 May 2020

Rank #6